can enjoy the fusion
Saturday, March 9
, at an
for the unveiling of the
little red shotgun house
111 4th Street
Liz Carson Keith
, developer of the 4th Street project.
“This renovation has
, so we want to give the town a chance to
, and I thought that while we were at it we could
, too,” Keith said.
has undergone a complete interior gutting, she said.
“It had been chopped up into lots of little rooms that didn’t make much sense. The rooms
, and there were layers of flooring and walls that were nailed over each other. We had lots of
bad wiring and plumbing
. We knew we would have to tear out much of what was there,” she said.
“Fortunately, I have a
that can visualize flow patterns and how things can fit together well.”
, has worked with her on several previous projects that involve
“We work well together since we respect each other’s ideas, and we understand that
is paramount when we start a renovation,” she said.
The project was unusual since it also has a
which is rare in
was constructed on the side of a hill so that allowed for a basement, but the ceiling was not high enough to create legal bedrooms there. We exerted a good deal of effort to
seal the basement
so we could create a
there. It has a good
there, too, and all the
you could need.”
house features an
“We were thrilled to save the
,” Keith said. “That was a
that we weren’t expecting.”
, is an
award-winning landscape artist
, giving each scene
. Payne uses color to
charge our moods
She learned the importance of surrounding herself with
behavioral modification coach
20-year health and fitness career
. She carries this feeling through into each of her
with freedom, color, texture, and movement.
Her style by choice is
, a style which she says gives her the ability to express herself through her
. Studying the methods of many other award-winning artists has inspired
beauty with passion
Liz Carson Keith